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Isotopes drop curfew-shortened season finale at Reno

Monday: Alberto Rosario homered and drove in three runs as the Reno Aces handed visiting Albuquerque an 8-3 defeat on the final day of the Pacific Coast League season. The game was shortened to eight innings due to a travel curfew.

Josh Fuentes had three hits, including a pair of doubles for the Isotopes. Fuentes finished with a team-record 180 hits in 2018 and his 39 doubles were the second-most in a season in franchise history.

Mike Tauchman finished 2-for-4 and drove in two runs for Albuquerque to post a career-best 81 RBIs this season.

Note: Rockies LHP and Farmington native Mike Dunn says he is planning on having season-ending shoulder surgery soon, possibly next week. Dunn was 0-1 with a 5.79 ERA in five rehab relief appearances covering 4 innings with the Isotopes. With Colorado, he appeared in 25 games and had a 9.00 ERA over 17 innings.

Box Score: Reno 8, Albuquerque 3 (8 innings)

See the final Pacific Coast League standings here.